Five of us ate here, ordering a series of small, tasty dishes. The foie carameliza and lamb crianza were particularly good. The puddings - usually a weakness in Spanish cuisine - were light and delicious. There was a fruity, rich Ribero del Duero and good coffee afterwards. Service was prompt and friendly. The bill EU100 was most reasonable. This was just the place to have lunch after walking up and down the many hills in this town. It all sounds so simple - but how few places manage the right food at the right time in the right place. Recommended without reservation.
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